Town hall launches the Tervuren app

Tervuren App

“In a rapidly changing world of technology, the Tervuren app is an indispensable link,” explains IT alderwoman Kristina Eyskens. “With the Tervuren app, all digital services are now in your pocket. The app also offers everything that you can arrange today via the Mijn Burgerprofiel website.” The Dutch-language app can access certificates, apply for and download a permit, make an appointment, reserve tickets.

Via the Tervuren app, various certificates and extracts can now be downloaded in Dutch. The latest news about Tervuren, the UiT calendar with activities, and ticket reservations for De Warandepoort, among other things, can also be found in the app.

Town hall says Tervuren is going full out for “e-inclusion” so as to close the digital divide as much as possible for all Tervurenaars.

Unfortunately, the Tervuren app does not allow non-Belgians to register to vote. For that the easiest thing is to head to explanations given in English by the Brussels region at https://www.brussels.be/registration-municipal-elections.

Unfortunately, the Tervuren app does not allow non-Belgians to register to vote. For that the easiest thing is to head to explanations given in English by the Brussels region at https://www.brussels.be/registration-municipal-elections. The Brussels page in English directs you to the same federal voter registration site at: https://www.inscription.elections.fgov.be

The Tervuren app may not be for you if you’re still learning Dutch. The best thing is to use the federal app at https://mygov.be. Once fully developed, you should be able to access the same federal documents, also in English, French and German.

More information on www.tervuren.be/tervuren-app